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Doug Noland: The Perils of a Resurgent China Credit Boom

There’s this uneasiness – an eeriness – in the markets; in the world (I’m not touching politics). Seemingly out of nowhere, the U.S. dollar index surged 1.7% this week. The post Doug Noland: The Perils of a Resurgent China Credit Boom was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
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